JavaScript is handicapped. For a far better experience, please allow JavaScript in your web browser prior to proceeding.I "m preparing to intall a collection back brake pads. Do the back caliper"s pistons simply obtain pressed in with a C-clamp (like the fronts) or exists an unique brake device required to transform them in?
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Yes, you require the "unique" device to press (truly spin)the pistons know the back. My regional NAPA lugs it or you can obtain it from your regional Ford components dept.Hi Cos. ... I"ve done this two times in the previous 3 years (http://www.lovebattery.net/index.php?topic=77591.msg1412797#msg1412797)... I just made use of a set of needle nose pliers to revolve it clockwise back right into the caliper (the puck has a indented "+"... 12 & 6 0r 3 & 9 & spin)... squirt alittle WD40 around were the rubber seal get in touches with the puck so the puck revolves easily & won"t damages the seal ... likewise ... ensure that the "+" remains in the 12-6 placement to ensure that the "stubs" on the inboard pad will certainly line up in the port when you mount the brand-new pads ... wish this assists ... & conserves amount $;--RRB- We did that when we transformed out Spoon"s pads as well as blades. When I changed mine.I simply did this last week, having the real device (which set you back $5 at my regional shop) was even more than worth it. I simply utilized a big set of pliers as well as took my time so I didn"t damages the seal.I did a 4 wheel brake task the other day as well as i made use of a global caliper depressor set. as well as make certain the openings in the piston compare with the pad or it wont rest right.
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